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Thread: I took a few days off and look what I got:

  1. #26
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    oh that is just darling.. they will all enjoy it for many years...

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    I think I see a family heirloom. So sweet, thanks for sharing.
    Frankie,
    Toy Poodle Lacybelle's mom

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    WOW! You are very talented....it is beautiful and sure to be enjoyed!

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    You are one awesome grandmother and greatly talented. Thanks for sharing with us. I too would be interested in hearing about the weight and customs situation.
    jean

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    For those who wonder about customs, I didn't have any problems. In fact I had more issues with my camera bag. I was a little concerned too, more because I took the stain along in my checked bag. No problems. I did not have a weight problem, but I was not taking a lot of other heavy things (my daughter was already there with most necessary liquids). I think my bag only weighed about 41 lbs, but it was a very long and awkward duffle. I hope the kids like it, there Dad codes. Thanks for all the compliments.

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    Wow I will have to remember that in case the baby needs something like that. Sounds really great.

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    You did a wonderful job on it. It's going to last for a very long time.
    My mom made a wooden chair for her house when my oldest was very small. She is 16 now and it has been used for all three of my kids. They use it as a chair, a stepstool, and flip it over on it's side to use as a slide. It still looks like the day she made it. Whenever I see the chair sitting at her house, it always makes me smile. I bet she never thought it would have been used that much when she made it.
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
    Heather

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